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Should Border Group Parish Council buy Speed Indicator Devices? (SIDS)
Before BGPC can go ahead, evidence is needed that parishioners want SIDS in their villages.
What are Speed Indicator Devices? A speed indicator device is a portable temporary sign with a variable display that detects and records the speed of an approaching vehicle. If the vehicle is travelling too fast, it flashes up the speed on a roadside display monitor.
The aim is to draw drivers’ attention to their speed and let them know they are over the limit, encouraging them to slow down.
Where would they be put? Border Group Parish Council is hoping to deploy SIDS in Adforton, Brampton Bryan, Lingen & Walford.
How much would they cost? The final cost has yet to be determined, but it would be covered by funds from a Section 106 Agreement. The precept will not be increased to pay for them. For further information on Section 106 Agreements, click here.
Do you support this idea? Tell us what you think :
- Leave an anonymous comment on this website [see Leave a Reply below]
- Email or phone your Parish Councillor [click here for contact details]
- Meet your Councillor at the Parish Meetings in May and tell them your thoughts [click here for dates of meetings]
- Write to the Clerk : Mrs Maureen Robinson, Border Group Parish Council, Gotherment House, Wigmore, Herefordshire. HR6 9UF